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CalArts MFA Writing Program Visiting Artists Series 2005-11-02: Jay Babcock, Trinie Dalton & Daniel Chamberlin


Published November 2, 2005
Topics Audio Poetry


CalArts MFA Writing Program Visiting Artists Series presents Jay Babcock, Trinie Dalton & Daniel Chamberlin. This Visiting Artist Series takes place each Wed night during the school year at 7:30 pm in the seminar room of Butler Bldg 4 on the CalArts Campus (24700 McBean Pkwy, Valencia, CA 91355).

Jay Babcock is editor and founder of the free national music and counterculture bimonthly Arthur Magazine. He is a regularly contributing music critic and interviewer with the LA Weekly and his work has appeared in Word Magazine and Mojo among other publications. Babcock also curated the two-day (9/4/05 9/5/05) musical event Arthurfest at Barnsdall Art Park which featured such diverse acts as Sonic Youth, Yoko Ono, Spoon, Cat Power, Devendra Barnhart, Sleater-Kinney, Pole and Six Organs of Admittance. Trinie Dalton writes music, book, and art criticism in addition to fiction. Her new collection of short stories, Wide Eyed is the most recent installment in Dennis Cooper's Little House on the Bowery series. These stories are by turns innocent and dark, fantastic and nightmarish, sprinkled throughout with psychic communications with exotic animals and rock idols all set in a contemporary Los Angeles colored with the myth and magic of long ago. The book she co-edited for McSweeney's, Dear New Girl or Whatever Your Name Is, was also released in 2005.

Trinie Dalton writes music, book, and art criticism in addition to fiction. Her new collection of short stories, Wide Eyed is the most recent installment in Dennis Cooper's Little House on the Bowery series. These stories are by turns innocent and dark, fantastic and nightmarish, sprinkled throughout with psychic communications with exotic animals and rock idols all set in a contemporary Los Angeles colored with the myth and magic of long ago. The book she co-edited for McSweeney's, Dear New Girl or Whatever Your Name Is, was also released in 2005.

Daniel Chamberlin was born and raised in Indiana but has called Los Angeles home since 1997. He's a contributing editor at Arthur and a deputy editor at Flavorpill. His writings on music, film and eccentric Americana have appeared in the LA Weekly, Budget Travel and RES.


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Run time 59:57
Label / Recorded by Mathew Timmons

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